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Linux Fundamentals

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1 - What is Linux?
 
- Unix and its Design Principles
- FSF and GNU
- GPL – General Public License
- The Linux Kernel
- Linux Kernel and Versioning
- Components of a Distribution
- Slackware
- SUSE Linux Products
- Debian
- Ubuntu
- Red Hat Linux Products
- Oracle Linux
 
2 - Login and Exploration
 
- Logging In
- Running Programs
- Interacting with Command Line 4.Desktop Environments
- GNOME
- Starting X
- Gathering Login Session Info 8.Gathering System Info
- Uptime & w
- Got root?
- Switching User Contexts
- Sudo
- Help from Commands and Documentation
- Whereis
- Getting Help Within the Graphical Desktop
- Getting Help with man & info
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Login and Discovery
- Help with Commands
- Switching Users With su
 
3 - The Linux Filesystem
 
- Filesystem Support
- Unix/Linux Filesystem Features
- Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
- Navigating the Filesystem
- Displaying Directory Contents
- Filesystem Structures
- Determining Disk Usage With df and du
- Determining Disk Usage (GUI)
- Disk Usage with Quotas
- File Ownership
- Default Group Ownership
- File and Directory Permissions
- File Creation Permissions with umask
- SUID and SGID on files
- SGID and Sticky Bit on Directories
- Changing File Permissions
- User Private Group Scheme
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Navigating Directories and Listing Files
- Disk and Filesystem Usage
- File and Directory Ownership and Permissions
- Introduction to Troubleshooting Labs
- Troubleshooting Practice: Filesystem
 
4 - Manipulating Files
 
- Directory Manipulation
- File Manipulation
- Deleting and Creating Files
- Managing Files Graphically
- Drag and drop with Nautilus
- Physical Unix File Structure
- Filesystem Links
- File Extensions and Content
- Displaying Files
- Previewing Files
- Producing File Statistics
- Displaying Binary Files
- Searching the Filesystem
- Alternate Search Method
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Manipulating Files and Directories
- File Examination & Search Commands
 
5 - Shell Basics
 
- Role of Command Shell
- Communication Channels
- File Redirection
- Piping Commands Together
- Filename Matching
- File Globbing and Wildcard Patterns
- .Brace Expansion
- Shell and Environment Variables
- Key Environment Variables
- Which and Type
- General Quoting Rules
- Nesting Commands
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Redirection and Pipes
- Wildcard File Matching
- Shell Variables
- Shell Meta-Characters
- Command Substitution
 
6 - Archiving and Compression
 
- Archives with tar
- Archives with cpio
- The gzip Compression Utility
- The bzip2 Compression Utility
- The XZ Compression Utility
- The PKZIP Archiving/Compression format
- GNOME File Roller
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Archiving and Compression
 
7 - Text Processing
 
- Searching Inside Files
- The Streaming Editor
- Text Processing with Awk
- Replacing Text Characters
- Text Sorting
- Duplicate Removal Utility
- Extracting Columns of Text
- Combining Files and Merging Text
- Comparing File Changes
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Processing Text Streams
- Text Processing
 
8 - Regular Expressions
 
- Regular Expression Overview
- Regular Expressions
- RE Character Classes
- Regex Quantifiers
- RE Parenthesis
 
 
Lab Task
 
- Pattern Matching with Regular Expressions
- Extended Regular Expressions
- Using Regular Expressions With sed
 
9 - Text Editing
 
- Text Editing
- Pico/GNU Nano
- Pico/Nano Interface
- Nano configuration
- Pico/Nano Shortcuts
- vi and Vim
- Learning Vim
- Basic vi
- Intermediate vi
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Text Editing with Nano
- Text Editing with Vim
 
10 - Messaging
 
- System Messaging Commands
- Controlling System Messaging
- Internet Relay Chat
- Instant Messenger Clients
- Electronic Mail
- Sending Email with sendmail
- Sending and Receiving Email with mailx
- Sending and Receiving Email with mutt
- Sending Email with Pine
- Evolution
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Command Line Messaging
- Messaging with talkd
- Command Line Email
- Alpine
 
11 - Command Shells
 
- Shells
- Identifying the Shell
- Changing the Shell
- Configuration Files
- Script Execution
- Shell Prompts
- Bash: Bourne-Again Shell
- Bash: Configuration Files
- Bash: Command Line History
- Bash: Command Editing
- Bash: Command Completion
- Bash: "shortcuts"
- Bash: prompt
- Setting Resource Limits via ulimit
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Linux Shells
- Bash History
- Aliases
- Bash Login Scripts
- The Z Shell
 
12 - Introduction to Shell Scripting
 
- Shell Script Strengths and Weaknesses
- Example Shell Script
- Positional Parameters
- Input & Output
- Doing Math
- Exit Status
- Comparisons with test
- Conditional Statements
- Flow Control: case
- The borne for-Loop
- The while and until Loops
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Writing a Shell Script
 
13 - Process Management and Job Control
 
- What is a Process?
- Process Lifecycle
- Process States
- Viewing Processes
- Signals
- Tools to Send Signals
- nohup and disown
- Managing Processes
- Tuning Process Scheduling
- Job Control Overview
- Job Control Commands
- Persistent Shell Sessions with Screen
- Using screen
- Advanced Screen
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Job Control Basics
- Process Management Basics
- Screen Basics
- Using Screen Regions
- Troubleshooting Practice: Process Management
 
14 - At and Cron
 
- Automating Tasks
- at/batch
- cron
- The crontab Command
- crontab Format
- /etc/cron.*/ Directories
- Anacron
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Creating and Managing User Cron Jobs
- Adding System cron Jobs
- Troubleshooting Practice: Automating Tasks
 
 
15 - Managing Software
 
- Downloading with FTP
- FTP
- lftp
- Command Line Internet – Non-interactive
- Command Line Internet – Interactive
- Managing Software Dependencies
- Using the Yum command
- Using Yum history
- YUM package groups
- Configuring Yum
- yumdownloader
- Popular Yum Repositories
- Using the Zypper command
- Zypper Services and Catalogs
- The dselect & APT Frontends to dpkg
- Aptitude
- Configuring APT
 
Lab Tasks
 
- Command Line File Transfers
- Using Yum
- Using Zypper
- Managing Yum Repositories
- Managing Zypper Repositories
- Using APT
- Adding an APT repository
 
16 - The Secure Shell (SSH)
 
- Secure Shell
- OpenSSH Client & Server Configuration
- Accessing Remote Shells
- Transferring Files
- Alternative sftp Clients